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Lok Kei Noodle 六記粥麵 @ Macau

It’s always nice when you are treated to lavish meals at five star hotels and expensive restaurants. But my passion has always been about exploring the local food scene – whether overseas or in Malaysia. So, the most memorable meal for me in Macau was at Lok Kei Noodle. This no-frills eatery is only open for dinner and operates until …

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Macau Food Festival, Macau Tower & Grand Prix Museum

Each November, Macau hosts an annual food festival that is joined by hundreds of local food merchants. Sometimes overseas participants are invited to join too to increase the variety of cuisine featured. The Macau Food Festival is a popular event gives the local residents and tourists an opportunity to feast in a lively, carnival like environment. Since the event starts …

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Macau – A Tour of Historical and Food Trails

hen Macau is mentioned, the very first thing that may come to your mind is casino. But being one of the earliest and last remaining European colony in Asia, Macau is also rich in attractions with well preserved buildings of different architecture styles and eras. Then you find yourself spoilt for choices when it comes to food. Despite its tiny …

Treasure Palace Restaurant @ City of Dreams, Macau

When I was in Macau I had the privillege of dining at Treasure Palace, a restaurant famed for their Cantonese fare and more importantly helmed by Michelin Star Chef Mr. Tam Kwok-fung. Just in case you don’t know, Michelin Star is awarded to restaurants by the Michelin Red Guide, a series of annual guide books published by Michelin to acknowledge …